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Twinstar LED Aquarium Light 900E
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Twinstar LED Aquarium Light 900E

Our Price: £229.00
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Brand new to the UK LED market is the Twinstar 900E. This LED light is an ideal lighting solution for 900mm open-top planted aquariums and perfectly suited to aquascapers.

Sleek and modern design which does not distract you from the aquascape below. The clear acrylic side panels blend with the side glass aquarium panels. This light pairs well with
 any 900mm open-top aquarium with 10mm glass thickness.

We have tested this light and have been extremely happy with results. In fact, it is our favorite LED light to date, not only for it's performance but because it's also very aesthetically pleasing.

Uses Japan NICHA LED chips, RGB-W LED mix which produces a high PAR level.

Increases photosynthesis rate (Increase Pearling effect) of plants, especially for red plants.

LED type: RGB-W, Samsung LED, Nichia LED 
Temperature: 7050 K 
Operating temperature: -10 ° C to 40 ° C 
One year warranty.
Intensity: 3,800 lm 
Consumption: 55w 
Size: 900mm x 117mm x 111mm (L * W * H) 
Length aquarium: 900mm 
Thickness Glass Suitable: 10mm


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Reviewer: Rory fairweather Essex   0 Stars
Light is great, however the dimensions are slightly off light is actually 890mm so if the light is butted up against the glass on one side the other side will drop into the water. I bought a 5mm thick piece of acrylic off of the internet and am looking at using acrylic cement to create the 900mm width needed to ensure the light doesn't drop in the water. Although the design of the light is 1cm off for a 900mm tank, the customer service provided by aquarium gardens was fantastic, after a quick phone discussion I was offered a replacement and also provided suggestions of potential fixes.